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. there was a scare with ricin in 2004. something addressed to the united states senator, it came from a guy in mississippi who is apparently a frequent letter writer. they could tell from the tone of the letter. dropped the letter in memphis, tennessee but from the nature of the writing, they were able to figure out who they believe is behind it. you better believe that federal authorities are going to have questions for that person. >> greta: it's amazing when people do things like this, they put their names -- a series of letters they have be been writing and point the finger at themselves. >> absolutely. there is concern for the united states postal service, there were a number of employees before it got to the senate facility outside of washington, d.c. if you were driving a united states mail truck and had this parcel in the back of your truck obviously you would have concerns. good news you are alive but you had some deadly stuff in the truck. >> greta: any idea where he got the ricin. >> we have not heard anything about that. that is something authorities may know. they may be withho
/11 to assess the threat and the credibility of those threats, aimed at the united states. they will be briefing number members of the house intelligence committee in the morning. we anticipate the senate intelligence committee this afternoon. the speed at which the brief gs gs -- briefings are taking place, suggests that the investigation is hot and ongoing. >> analysts and those who have worked in the anti-terrorism field over the years... often categorize these things based on the initial markings. so many experts with whom i have spoken this evening and this afternoon suggested that this has certain hallmarks, none of which are for a large, organized sort of group. that basically what you are hearing as well? >> reporter: well, i think you are referring to really two markers that we're hearing discussed broadly. one is the timing of the devices, the fact that there were two nearly simultaneously explosions. that is called a mark or a hallmark of air terrorist attack. we had the first explosion and what we believe to be a second device, a more powerful device. after the first explosion, peopl
after 9/11 to assess and monitor the threats against the united states. we anticipate that will happen fairly early tomorrow morning here in washington, first with the house intelligence committee and after that the senate intelligence committee. as you know, late today the chairman of that committee, senator dianne feinstein, she believed boston was an act of terrorism. the third development comes from the head of the homeland security committee, republican congressman mike mccall, who has been briefed on the investigation. he told fox earlier today he had an initial reporting there was shrapnel, ball barges, incorporated into the devices. that's more evidence they were designed to cause mass casualties in boston today, greta. >> the saudi national that they were their attention on, you cut out on me a little bit in the beginning, is this the person who is burned in the hospital or is this somebody different? >> this was simply described to me as somebody of interest, not a suspect, and somebody who they were trying to run down the details of their student visa, which did appear to be
to the president of the united states as well and both letters have pretty much not been responded to. >> greta: pretty much or not responded to at all. >> at least until tonight. >> greta: tonight you got a phone call from whom? >> from senator are marco rubio's staff. they are trying to set up a phone call with us this weekend. i think the big concern with that is this bill, this legislation on immigration reform is actually going to get dropped on tuesday. and now the senators coming to us over the weekend wanting to talk. how are we going have time to read through the 1500-pages of legislation and have input on the 1500 pages of legislation and have an impact. from our position this has to be delayed this week for law enforcement officers to actually have input and we think that is extremely important because we are the ones that do the jobs. we are the ones that see exactly why this immigration system is so broken and it is -- we are in shock right now you quite frankly that law enforcement hasn't been a part of this and we have been prohibited from having any kind of input. >> greta: i th
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